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KeebCats MX Switch Opener

KeebCats MX Switch Opener

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An essential item for switch-modding, this metal Switch Opener for MX switches allows you to pop them open in seconds.

Sturdier than 3D printed variants, this should last you a lifetime of typing.

Simply place a switch in the Opener, making sure to align it with the guides, and push downwards until the top housing pops up.

This will only work for MX/Cherry style switches, Kailh-style will not fit.

Note: Switches sold separately; MX Switch Opener only.

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Lubricants, Group Buy & Pre-Order orders specifically cannot be returned or refunded; all other products can be returned within a 14 day period if the products are in original, unopened, undamaged condition. Products that are not sent back in their original condition will not be refunded.

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Customer Reviews

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Ralph
Saves a lot of time

I used a small flathead screwdriver when I lubed my first lot of switches and, while I got reasonably adept at opening them, it was a tedious process. I'm sure this is like most switch openers - it's the first one I've used - but it did cut down the time and effort of opening switches enough to make it easily worth the outlay. I'm not sure how often I'm likely to be opening switches, now that my keyboard is done, but even so, no regrets on getting this.

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Joshua Timmins
It's great

I mean yeah it opens the switch real easy, what more can I say it's opened 85-ish switches so far and it's great

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S.H.
Solid

Has ran through 5 batches of switches right now, roughly 350 switches. has not let me down